Through the Lens Week 45

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Another pretty winter scene on Cape Ann MA before the mass blizzard happened.
We are still shoveling and more to come ~ Spring is coming right?





A Beautiful scene in Essex Ma of my favorite farm. Snow is pretty up to a point.
Right now we are being overwhelmed with SNOW!





We already had plenty of snow on Cape Ann MA ~ ya think?




In between snowstorms on Cape Ann MA ~ I dream of this type of sky to come soon.
Right now as I look out the window it is a complete 'white out'. 





Haiku is indicative of the weather on Cape Ann MA
Will it ever stop snowing this month?








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Comments

  1. Oh my, so much snow. I hope the weather pattern changes and the snow will stop. The sky shots are lovely.. Have a happy week ahead and stay warm!

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  2. You really are up to your neck in it - so to speak! Pretty landscape scenes though.

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  3. Very beautiful snowy scenes. I hope the extra deep snow has gone by now - and I hope spring comes soon for you.

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  4. Hari OM
    Oh my, that's quite the vista right enough! ... and yes it is - I spotted snowdrops last weekend... YAM xx

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  5. Carol, we may not live close to each other but our earth is decorated the same!...:)JP

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  6. I was just watching the news and your area was in the news due to all the snow. It sounds like a nightmare. I love snow but 5' of snow is a little scary. I hope you and your little mascot are safe and warm.

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  7. Lots of varied beautiful skies Love the pastel pinky blues

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  8. You really share great beauty


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    <3

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  9. How much snow do you have? We have about 38 cm on the ground.

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  10. Gee Carol, I know how tiring this has become for me but it is even worse by you...hope springs eternal... beautiful snowy scenes and haiku though. Hang in there!

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  11. The snow is certainly pretty, but I imagine you've had enough by now - and more today! Hopefully Artmuse Dog can see above the snowbanks. Good luck, and have a great week.

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  12. You may have had some snow but you took some great pictures. I love the picture of the farm. I hope that spring comes to you soon. You need it.

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  13. Lovely Haiku for the pics, season and the theme. :)

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  14. You have been getting too much snow and we haven't had enough. Beautiful photos, though. :)

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  15. Essex is very, very pretty in that snow scene but I do hope you don't get much more snow Carol. Yes, Spring is definitely on the way.

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  16. The snow sure is pretty! Enjoy it while it lasts. Spring will be here soon.

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  17. Such beautiful skies and views! Wonderful shots!

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  18. Carol, such truly beautiful pictures of the skies. The one with the winter clouds brings back memories of living in the North.

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  19. A wonderful b&w photo in this serie!
    My post at: https://hanshb.wordpress.com/

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  20. Plenty enough! I love these winter pastels.

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  21. So much snow...funny how someone else's snow looks so much prettier than ours! I think we were at Cape Ann on our honeymoon, 34 years ago...we drove all over the East Coast. Time to dust off the old photo album and see if I remember correctly. Enjoyed my visit here from Communal Global

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  22. love images with contrasts like the sunset in snow:)

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  23. Mauve is a great M-word, Carol. I agree that snow is pretty. Ice and slush, not so much! That is a pretty farm.

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  24. :) Lots of snow. If you run up to Manchester, N.H, Carol, I left a snow shovel when I moved out in the 60's. If you can find it (dig it up) it is yours to keep. Art must be loving the snow, our Adi did after she figured out what it was.
    ..

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  25. My daughter texted me a shot of a glimpse of sun peeping through the snow covered trees over at Wellesley, MA this afternoon. I didn't have the heart to tell her more is coming.

    Keep safe. (beautiful views - but I can appreciate "enough is enough" and I'm not even up north).

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  26. Beautiful photos! We are actually way behind here in snow fall...it will be devastating to the farmers come summer.

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  27. that is a wonderful photo, of the farmhouse and all that snow! Hope you are well, and keeping warm. {:-D

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  28. WHao..that is certainly a lot of snow. It would be great if it is possible to ship some of the snow over to Singapore where I am as it's really hot here these few weeks.

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  29. Beautiful winter pictures. Your second picture makes me wish I could have been out taking pictures of the farms around here before the snow began to melt.

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  30. love the pink sky! and that 2nd photo is just stunning!

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  31. You've certainly had more than your fair share this year! Too bad you can't send some out here, the resorts would be happy. We have almost no snow!

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  32. Beautiful! I love the first one with its pink streaks and tree silhouette :)
    Travel down to Texas.... no snow here! Temps from 50s to 70s depending on the day....

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  33. Hi Carol, many magnificent photo shares from you today! I like the words you wrote about the snowflakes. I use to write lots of poetry and recently jotted down my thoguhts. Must share them soon. Hope you have a break from all that snow! enjoy your weekend and enjoy!

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  34. Somehow the sky is even more beautiful against the white!
    Hope you're hanging in there!

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  35. White white -- wow you indeed have enough..where I live they are having a very mild winter.. it looks like spring here in my part of the Oregon woods.. Great shots!

    Hugs

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  36. winter wonderland is very beautiful, but I like my warm weather.

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  37. Lovely haiku...nice presentation♪

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  38. love the orange color of the sky :)

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  39. I hope those fallen snowflakes don't get any deeper!

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  40. What a precious valentine. Who could want roses or candy, when one has A.M.D.
    One more snowstorm then ... (hopefully)..... spring!

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  41. Deeper and deeper and oh so beautiful! Thanks for sharing your lovely photos and haiku Carol. (and your funny valentine:-)

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  42. Love these snowy scenes. So dreamy!

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  43. Beautiful scenery. I've probably said this before, oh well, but I wish some of your weather would make its way over to California. We could use more wetness. :-)

    The View from the Top of the Ladder

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  44. LoVe your funny Valentine.
    xxx

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  45. We haven't had too much snow here in Toronto but man, it sure has been cold!! I keep telling myself that spring is coming but it still seems a long way away! Thanks for sharing these pretty photos!

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  46. Yes, spring will come and I hope soon for you! In the meantime, your photos bring beauty to what I know is a difficult winter... such light and inspiration from you and your sweet muse!

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  47. I do hope this is the last of your snow for the year. You've really been hit hard. Stay warm and safe.

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  48. stay warm and paint your heart out carol, this too shall pass!

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  49. Lovely photos. And one very cute "funny valentine."

    =)

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